Sunny Hostin Admits To Plastic Surgeries, Feels No Shame

Sunny Hostin on The View

The View host Sunny Hostin is open and candid about her life when she feels it will help others. In a recent interview with People Magazine, she discussed her recent plastic surgeries. Sunny expressed how she felt about going under the knife and detailed the procedures she had. Why did she have plastic surgery and how does she feel about it now? Read on to find out.

Plastic Surgery Was for Her Health and Happiness

Sunny is clear that she decided on plastic surgery for her own health and happiness. The two-time author and The View talk show star said she has spent years struggling with her body image.

She didn’t make the decision overnight, but instead after many years of discomfort and pain. Sunny said by the time she was 16 years old, her breasts were a DD. And they only grew with childbirth. “My waist was small, but my top was so big I would wear a minimizer bra and a sports bra or a binder all the time.”

Sunny Hostin at the White House
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At the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, her struggles became even more real. The dress had a built-in bra and she didn’t fit inside of it. She recalls sitting and not eating anything, keeping her hands close to her chest so she wouldn’t fall out of her dress. After that, she made an appointment for plastic surgery, as a “self-care” decision.

Last August, she had a breast reduction and lift. As well as liposuction on her waist and chin. The surgeon transformed her breasts from a G cup to a C cup. Sunny says she prances around nude at her house all of the time now because she feels great.

Sunny Hostin Expected to Feel Shame After Years of Being Self-Conscious

Hostin said she now feels like a “better version” of herself.  She went on to explain how she expected to feel after having the surgery.” I thought I would feel shame, like, ‘Oh my God, I’m doing plastic surgery like all these crazy celebrities.’ But I don’t feel shame at all,” she admitted.

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Hostin suggests that a lot of the beautiful people we see on Instagram aren’t just clean eating and working out. But instead “are taking something, or they’re getting plastic surgery.” She noted it’s everyone’s personal decision to keep their plastic surgery private. However, she feels like being really honest is important to her and she’s very happy.

Sunny hopes being open about her plastic surgery will open up the conversation around this taboo topic. “I hope sharing my story will help more people. If they’re feeling so body-conscious, the way I was — they can do what they need to do to feel better,” she said.

Do you think Sunny openly sharing her plastic surgery will make a difference? Let us know in the comments.

Allie Johnson

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